Al Nassr and Adidas 2024 home kit jersey design and photos leaked after deal is signed

Al Nassr and Adidas 2024 home kit jersey design and photos leaked after deal is signed

The unveiling of a concept kit resulting from the collaboration between Al Nassr and Adidas marks a significant development with the home kit jersey now leaked

Just seven months after Cristiano Ronaldo joined the Riyadh-based club, news of a one-year contract with Nike emerged last year.

Al Nassr FC and Adidas 2024 home kit jersey design and photos leaked after deal is signed

However, as Nike’s contract expired without extension, Adidas has stepped in as the team’s official kit sponsor, effective from the 2024-25 season.

In a mutually agreed-upon deal, the German brand has secured a lasting partnership with a three-year contract running until 2027.

As the collaboration commences in the upcoming season, anticipation builds around the potential designs.

A statement of Al-Nassr CEO Guido Fienga reads “As we join forces with adidas in this exciting partnership, the scale and resonance of Al Nassr, both adorned with the iconic adidas three stripes, magnify the global impact we can achieve.

“This collaboration is a testament to our shared ambitions and our dedication to making Al Nassr a football powerhouse, not only in the Kingdom but on the international stage.”


Concept Design

A glimpse of the concept design, created by kit designer IvanMD, was recently unveiled by the media. This design integrates the Adidas emblem while paying homage to traditional iconography with vibrant yellow and deep blue tones.

The primary yellow color dominates the body, complemented by blue accents featuring the Al Nassr crest, sponsorship details, and shoulder stripes.


While this rendering serves as initial inspiration, it remains to be seen how Adidas will translate it into the actual kit design.

Observers are curious to witness the direction the athletic apparel brand will take and whether it will mirror the concept art.

Puma Will Became Portugal’s Jersey Sponsor?

Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo maintains his lifelong contract valued at $1 billion with Nike. However, there’s a subtle shift in his association with the brand. Puma has replaced Nike, ending their 26-year partnership with Portugal, alongside Adidas taking over at Al Nassr.


Reports indicate that Puma will become Portugal’s official jersey sponsor from January 2025, marking the end of Nike’s era with the national team, established in 1997. This shift signifies a significant conclusion to a partnership spanning over two decades.

Additionally, Puma is set to announce dual international kit deals involving Portugal and New Zealand later this year. While Nike has been closely associated with Cristiano Ronaldo throughout his illustrious career, the brand seems to be losing ground with both his club and national team.

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